Get away from it all in this idyllic country bungalow in picturesque Dartington. Perfect for a couple with a four legged friend, this cottage really is a hidden gem.
An open plan interior leads onto a garden and patio area, just right for your canine companion. Ideal for cosy winter evenings or warm summer adventures. There’s even a pub less than a mile away.
A fantastic property perfectly situated to explore the Devonshire coastline, as well as enjoy the rural countryside that surrounds this cottage.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Champernowe Cottage
Cosy yet well lit and contemporary holiday home. All on the ground floor, double bedroom next door to spacious, sunny open plan living room.
Intimate, one bedroom bungalow. Home from home feel with back garden and extra outdoor sitting, barbecue and parking area. Big windows give lots of light throughout, and views of the fabulous countryside.
The cottage is a pet-friendly, one story holiday cottage. No stairs means your canine companion has the run of the house and garden, all free of charge.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Totnes
Champernowne is hidden away in the quiet country hamlet of Dartington. Located in a bend in the River Dart, the area is dominated by the grounds of Dartington Hall.
This 14th Century manor house is a mile away from Champernowne, and is open to visitors, and hosts tailor made garden walks, ideal for your four legged friend. Also on the estate is the Cott Inn, a jaw-dropping, original public house dating from the 1300s. This is now a restaurant, as well as keeping up its tradition of serving the best local brews.
Talking of local brews, the Cider Press Craft Centre is very close by, 2 miles away in the beautiful Devon town of Totnes. This shouldn’t be too far for your canine companion, and comes with a treat at the end (for the doggie owners at least). Totnes itself is well geared for visitors, and has a suitably wide range of shops, not to mention a weekly market. Also in the historic county town are a swimming pool cum health suite, not to mention museums and a host of historic buildings.
If you’re looking for fresh air and exercise for yourself, partner and furry friend, the area is teeming with walks and trails. The River Dart is the focus of these, culminating in its entry into Dartmoor National Park. This lies 6 miles to the west, or north west if and your canine companion follow the river.
Campernowne is a great place to find some peace in an unspoiled location. Its location in an area which was settled 700 years ago and hasn’t changed much since gives it a truly unique character.
The cottage – which is a bungalow, with no stairs to trouble you or your canine companion – sits in its own part of a remarkable estate. Any dog owner will love the surrounding countryside, not to mention South Devon’s tailor made and natural tourist attractions.
For a home from home experience with the chance to give yourselves and your canine companion the holiday of a lifetime, Champernowne is exactly what you need.
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